Yeah, we know what day it is, but we’re pretty sure these links are real:
- Insect-eating bats are worth at least $3 billion to U.S. agriculture, and perhaps much more. (Wired)
- Speaking of eating insects, that could be a big part of the human diet in the UK by 2020. (Guardian Eco)
- Now there’s no excuse. Check out the manifesto for lazy gardening. (Treehugger)
- See NASA’s first pictures of Mercury taken from orbit. (National Geographic)
- USDA unveils the 60 products that will carry the new “BioPreferred” label. (Green House)
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